Sunday, November 29, 2015

Strong export sales have kept current soybean prices high. Futures prices for this fall, however, are 75 cents per bushel lower.

Warmer temperatures and little rainfall allowed farmers to complete more field work in mid-April.

Firefighters participating in the new agriculture rescue training program in Pennsylvania are learning how to save farmers.

The Oklahoma Securities Department filed the $14 million lawsuit against B&B Worm Farms.

The opportunities for aquaculture speak for themselves. And a group of Ohio fish farmers are in the swim of things.

Owners of classic and vintage automobiles are invited to participate for free in the AAA Centennial Tour through Aug. 15.

Flowers for growing and flowers for giving will spring forth at the all new Salem City Flower Market May 3.

The workshop includes classroom lecture, discussion and on-farm demonstrations and troubleshooting.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on legalizing "alternative gaming" in Ohio.

Reader says people who think Bush is doing the right thing is well over the 54 percent quoted in an article.